When the death of a loved one occurs the reputation, character, care and compassion of the funeral home chosen should be un-questioned. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. We want and encourage families to seek guidance from those they trust--whether it be their pastor, priest, bishop, health care provider, neighbors or friends that have experienced first hand the genuine compassionate care provided through our funeral home and confirm the reputation we have within the community. There are no second chances to redo a poorly handled farewell by others that don’t have the years of experience and may have reputations and backgrounds that would prove to be disconcerting.
For generations Kayser’s Chapel and Crematory has served families of the entire Basin with unparalleled professionalism, dignity and compassion. Our reputation as one of the finest funeral service providers has been earned over the years one family at a time. We strive to provide a truly meaningful personalized tribute for each family whether it be a simple dignified cremation at our own on-site crematory, to the most elaborate “celebration of life” service. Our experience in helping families through one of life’s most difficult events is unmatched. We listen carefully as emotionally hurting families share very personal, special memories of loved ones, help guide them through the grieving process and assist in such a way so healing can begin.
The many details and decisions faced can be overwhelming. Families find comfort knowing we take care of virtually everything surrounding final arrangements. We complete and file all necessary documents and permits with the health department; notices and obituaries are written and submitted to newspapers; insurance companies are contacted and assistance completing claim forms provided; we specialize in veterans benefits and various government forms; we contact social security-submitting necessary documents; we arrange for officiants and music as requested; service details are coordinated with the cemetery and we are a liaison with Red Cross for members of our military. When transportation to or from a distant location is required, we handle all long distance arrangements; coordinate airline schedules; obtain all necessary permits and documents; and provide ground transportation to or from regional airports. We have the expertise to handle international consulate documents needed when shipping to or from foreign countries.
Our membership in various professional organizations, such as: WSFDA, WCCFA, NFDA and ICCFA prove invaluable as we assist with arrangements around the Pacific Northwest and across the country. Locally, our professional working relationship with hospitals, nursing homes, hospice, doctor’s offices, coroner’s office, health districts and law enforcement greatly enhance the quality of care we provide. Our rapport with the various civic and fraternal organizations and many area churches assure families that even the smallest of details are not overlooked.
We are very sensitive to each family’s financial situation. In these troubling economic times we have structured a variety of service options and packages at comparable or equal prices to other area service providers. Families do not have to consider going to lesser providers with inadequate or no facilities due to financial concerns. We invite you to compare our service packages and pricing by calling our office, or found on this website with others and believe you will find we are very competitive.
Value, however, is not based solely on price. As the area’s leading funeral service provider we are called on to assist families in all walks of life, religions and ethnic groups. Some families request services that are very basic and simple, while other families desire elaborate, detail intensive services requiring days of planning with extensive use of facilities and equipment. All families, however, want to be treated respectfully with the utmost of professionalism and compassion, appreciating the dignity represented by elegant facilities, well cared for grounds, and modern automotive equipment. We believe every family, regardless of how simple or elaborate the service provided or cost involved, deserve the best from us.
Thank you again for visiting this website. Please continue to explore the various pages filled with information designed to assist you and answer questions you may have.
Jerry and Ronda Kayser
Create and preserve lasting memories for your family and future generations with Life Tributes from Kaysers Chapel. Our Life Tributes program offers a customized animated video honoring your loved one’s life.
Each part of the Life Tributes program uses photos of your loved one combined with one of our various themes to help capture the essence of your loved one’s life.
After years of planning and development, construction of Moses Lake’s new community cemetery began in a wheat field in the spring of 2009. Located at 2595 Road L N.E. (between Wheeler Road and Nelson Road), Guarding Angels Cemetery opened in September of 2009. Perpetually endowed, our cemetery has been designed with the community's needs in mind, allowing for: traditional burial sites, family estates, inurnment gardens, columbarium niches, community ossuary, upright monuments, memorial benches, cenotaphs, avenue of flags and more. The beauty of the grounds has been enhanced with different species of trees, hundreds of shrubs, colorful roses and a variety of flowers blooming throughout the spring and summer months. Two large irrigation ponds with lighted fountains provide a dramatic and elegant backdrop to the landscaping. A large maintenance shop and yard area was completed in 2011 providing a secure enclosure for equipment and inventory. Also added in 2011, the "Avenue of Flags" honors deceased veterans on Memorial Day and Veteran's Day with dedicatory plaques for many of the United States flags that are flown. We feel fortunate to provide this tremendous asset for the Moses Lake community, and have greatly appreciated the overwhelming positive response we have received.